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Inshore Saltwater Run

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Fishing in Mims
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trip description for Sight Fishing Mosquito Lagoon in Mims

If you're an angler who enjoys sightcasting to tailing Redfish in ultra-skinny water, this trip is your ticket! Known for its clear, shallow water and abundant fish population, the Mosquito Lagoon is a top spot for anglers looking to catch trophy-sized Reds. Your trip will begin at Bairs Cove Boat Ramp, where you'll be greeted by Captain Todd, an experienced fishing guide who has spent years exploring the Mosquito Lagoon. Once on board, you'll cruise along the lagoon's calm waters to reach the best fishing spots. Captain Todd's skiff is perfect for maneuvering through the shallow waters of the lagoon, allowing you to get up close and personal with the fish. As you scan the waters for signs of fish, Captain Todd will offer tips and techniques on how to catch Redfish on the flats. These fish are known for their hard-fighting nature and can be challenging to catch, but Captain Todd's knowledge and experience will give you the best chance of landing one. Throughout the trip, Captain Todd will provide all the necessary fishing equipment, including rods, reels, bait, and lures. He'll also ensure that the boat is stocked with plenty of water, snacks, and sunscreen to keep you comfortable and hydrated. By the end of your charter fishing trip on the Mosquito Lagoon, you'll have had an incredible experience on the water, caught some impressive fish, and gained valuable knowledge and skills that you can use on future fishing adventures. The fish are waiting—get out there and have a blast! Read More

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Sight Fishing Mosquito Lagoon

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Fishing in New Smyrna Beach
Fishing in New Smyrna Beach
Fishing in New Smyrna Beach
trip description for Inshore Saltwater Run in New Smyrna Beach

If you are looking to spend a day on the Indian River, Mosquito Lagoon, or further out exploring the nearshore waters beyond Ponce Inlet area let Captain Todd take you out on the water for an epic experience. Captain Todd runs inshore and backcountry fishing trips that can yield the likes of Redfish, Black Drum, Speckled Trout & Snook. If weather conditions cooperate Captain Todd also offers nearshore trips in the spring, summer & early fall out of Ponce Inlet for Tarpon, Snook, Bull Redfish Shark and the occasional Barracuda. You will be fishing from a brand new 24ft Skeeter bay boat. The waters you will see are portions of the Inter-Coastal Waterway which runs up the inside of the barrier islands on the Atlantic coast. You can go sight fishing and try out his custom spinning or bait casting rods for a light tackle adventure you are certain to enjoy. If you like fishing on the fly, the captain can accommodate you, just let us know in advance. The boat is equipped with Garmin & Lowrance Electronics, 8′ Power Pole anchors, Engel Coolers and life jackets for everyone. Captain Todd is on the Pro Staff of company’s like “PowerPole“, “Florida Fishing Products“, “MHX Rods“, “Engel Coolers“, “THMarine“, “Gambler Lures“, “Bob’s Jack Plates” you will be using the best available equipment. The captain will furnish FFP Reels, MHX custom rods, live bait, and lures. Bottled water is served on board, but you can also bring your own favorite beverage. Make sure to bring food, pack sunblock, a cap, shades (preferably polarized if sight fishing), and comfortable clothes. The fishing license is included for saltwater trips only. Note that you can keep your fish, but catch and release is encouraged. These fisheries are solid year round. All that changes is whats hot, if you want to practice inshore angling, Captain Todd has the skills to help you out. Book a trip, and come catch your fish! Read More

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Inshore Saltwater Run

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Fishing in Daytona Beach
Fishing in Daytona Beach
Fishing in Daytona Beach
trip description for Inshore Saltwater Adventure in Daytona Beach

The area we will be fishing is just under an hour drive from Orlando! We will be fishing in the beautiful intercoastal waterway of the Indian River north in New Smyrna Beach! The targeted species will be ladyfish, jack crevalle, bluefish, mangrove snapper, sheepshead , and other variety of fish! Upon request we will also try for a big redfish during our trips! Expect lots of actions and smiles during our excursion! Plus, you're guaranteed to see dolphins! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Charter in Indian River North

What are the best fishing charters in Indian River North?

The best fishing charters in Indian River North are:

Why should I book a fishing charter in Indian River North with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 5 trips in Indian River North, and the most popular trips in the area are Inshore Saltwater Run guided by Todd, Inshore Saltwater Adventure guided by Steven, and Sight Fishing Mosquito Lagoon guided by Todd.

Our guides in Indian River North are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2957 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly charters / fishing lessons in Indian River North? Check out our beginner and family friendly charters in Indian River North.

What types of fishing charters are common in Indian River North?

Nearshore fishing is the most popular in Indian River North as well as flats fishing, jetty fishing, and inshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Indian River North are: 1. speckled trout, 2. snook, 3. redfish, and 4. kingfish.

The most common fishing techniques in Indian River North are live bait fishing, light tackle fishing, and artificial lure fishing but topwater fishing and drift fishing are popular as well.

How much do Indian River North fishing charters cost?

in Indian River North prices can range anywhere from about $425 to $725, but the average price for a half day trip in Indian River North is $479. The average price for a full day trip in Indian River North is $686.

What month is best for fishing in Indian River North?

The most popular season for fishing in Indian River North is summer, and most anglers book their trips 6 days in advance.

Do I need a Indian River North fishing license and what are the bag limits in Indian River North?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Indian River North, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Indian River North. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Indian River North.

What is fishing in Indian River North all about?

Fishing in Indian River North, situated along Florida's Space Coast, offers anglers a diverse and rewarding experience in one of the state's most productive estuarine ecosystems. Known for its rich biodiversity and abundant fish populations, Indian River North provides anglers with ample opportunities to target a variety of species. From inshore favorites like redfish, snook, and spotted seatrout to offshore gamefish like tarpon and snapper, the river offers something for every angler to enjoy.

Inshore fishing is particularly popular in Indian River North, with anglers targeting species like redfish and spotted seatrout along the river's mangrove-lined shorelines, oyster bars, and grass flats. Using light tackle and live or artificial baits, anglers can enjoy the thrill of sight casting and shallow-water fishing while exploring the river's scenic and productive waters. Whether fishing from a kayak, skiff, or the shoreline, Indian River North provides anglers of all skill levels with plenty of opportunities to hook into some impressive catches.

Offshore fishing opportunities abound in Indian River North as well, with anglers venturing out into the river's deeper waters to target larger species such as tarpon, snapper, and grouper. Whether trolling along the river's channels or bottom fishing around reefs and wrecks, anglers can enjoy the challenge of hooking into hard-fighting fish while taking in the stunning coastal scenery. With its diverse range of fishing opportunities and scenic beauty, Indian River North promises anglers an unforgettable fishing experience on Florida's Space Coast.

What are the most popular months to fish in Indian River North?

Fishing seasons in Indian River North, located on the east coast of Florida, offer anglers a dynamic and rewarding experience influenced by seasonal changes and the diverse marine ecosystem of the region. Winter, from December through February, provides excellent opportunities for targeting species like spotted seatrout, redfish, and black drum. These fish are abundant in the area's shallow flats, grass beds, and along mangrove shorelines, making them accessible to both boat and shore anglers. Additionally, winter is an ideal time for targeting sheepshead around structures like docks, bridges, and oyster beds, providing anglers with exciting battles and delicious table fare.

Spring, from March to May, marks the transition to warmer weather and increased fishing activity in Indian River North. This season offers prime opportunities for targeting species like snook, tarpon, and jack crevalle as they become more active in the area's waters. Snook, in particular, are abundant during the spring months, particularly around mangrove shorelines, docks, and bridges. Tarpon, known for their acrobatic leaps and powerful runs, are also prevalent during this time, providing anglers with thrilling battles and memorable catches. Additionally, spring is an excellent time for targeting trophy-sized spotted seatrout, which can be found in the shallow flats and grass beds of the Indian River North.

Summer and fall, from June through November, provide some of the best fishing of the year in Indian River North. The warmer months see an increase in fishing activity, with species like snook, redfish, and tarpon remaining abundant in the area's waters. Summer is also an excellent time for targeting species like mangrove snapper and Spanish mackerel, which can be found around structures like reefs and jetties, providing anglers with a variety of fishing opportunities. Fall brings opportunities for targeting migrating species like flounder and black drum, which move into the area in search of cooler temperatures and abundant food. Whether fishing from a boat or the shore, anglers in Indian River North can enjoy a productive and enjoyable fishing experience throughout the seasons.

What types of fishing are popular in Indian River North?

Fishing in Indian River North, nestled along Florida's Space Coast, offers anglers a myriad of fishing experiences, each showcasing the diverse aquatic habitats of this estuarine ecosystem. Inshore fishing reigns supreme in Indian River North, with anglers targeting species like redfish, snook, and spotted seatrout amidst the maze of mangroves, oyster bars, and grass flats. Employing a variety of techniques such as sight casting, drifting with live bait, or working artificial lures, anglers can relish the challenge of hooking into these prized gamefish while navigating the shallow waters of the river.

For those seeking offshore adventures, Indian River North provides ample opportunities for anglers to target larger species in its deeper waters. Tarpon, snapper, grouper, and other offshore gamefish are plentiful, offering anglers the chance to test their skills against hard-fighting adversaries. Whether trolling along the river's channels or bottom fishing around reefs and wrecks, anglers can enjoy the thrill of reeling in trophy-sized fish while soaking in the scenic beauty of the coastal landscape.

Kayak fishing is another popular pursuit in Indian River North, allowing anglers to explore the river's intricate waterways and inaccessible shallows in search of elusive species. Quietly paddling through the mangroves or drifting along the grass flats, anglers can experience a more intimate connection with nature while angling for redfish, trout, and other inshore favorites. With its diverse range of fishing opportunities, Indian River North offers anglers of all interests and skill levels the chance to embark on memorable fishing adventures along Florida's Space Coast.

What species are popular in Indian River North?

Indian River North, situated along Florida's east coast, boasts a diverse range of fish species that entice anglers year-round. Among the most sought-after catches are spotted seatrout, renowned for their abundance and willingness to strike various baits and lures. Found in shallow flats, grass beds, and near mangrove shorelines, these trout provide exciting action for anglers of all skill levels. Additionally, redfish populate the waters of Indian River North, offering thrilling fights and the chance to reel in some impressive specimens. Often found around oyster beds, docks, and mangrove edges, redfish provide an exciting challenge for anglers seeking a memorable fishing experience.

Snook are another prized species in Indian River North, known for their elusive nature and powerful runs. These predatory fish can be found lurking around mangrove shorelines, docks, and bridges, particularly during the warmer months. Anglers targeting snook can expect heart-pounding strikes and exhilarating battles as they attempt to land these prized gamefish. Furthermore, tarpon make their presence known in Indian River North, especially during the spring and summer months. Known for their acrobatic leaps and impressive size, tarpon provide anglers with unforgettable fishing experiences as they roam the waters in search of prey.

In addition to these prominent species, Indian River North offers opportunities to catch a variety of other fish, including black drum, sheepshead, and mangrove snapper. Black drum, often found around oyster beds and bridges, provide stout fights and make for excellent table fare. Sheepshead, with their distinctive black stripes and powerful jaws, are commonly targeted around structures like docks, bridges, and oyster beds. Mangrove snapper, prized for their delicious flesh and strong fight, can be found around reefs, jetties, and mangrove edges, providing anglers with a diverse range of fishing opportunities in Indian River North.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Todd was very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful with our group that had a few inexperienced anglers on the boat. Will definitely seek out Todd the next time we are in New Smyrna beach!

    Gregg S. with Todd V. of New Smyrna Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Todd was a great Captain!!! Not a disappointment at all ! Me and my family had blast out on the water catching some most beautiful species of fish that you could think of. If your in Dayton Beach Todd is the perfect Captain for your experience!!!

    Galan with Todd V. of New Smyrna Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Terrific Day! We had a great time and full kudos!

    Charles P. with Steven S. of Daytona Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    We had a nice experience with Captain Todd.

    Olga L. with Todd V. of New Smyrna Beach, Florida

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Todd did a great job. Can’t wait to come back to go again

    Chad R. with Todd V. of New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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